Breastfeeding Essential: Lansinoh Lanolin Ointment
Claire Andrews ⋅ Dec 30, 2023

Breastfeeding Essential: Lansinoh Lanolin Ointment

Lansinoh Lanolin Ointment


Hey guys! Today we're going to have a look at one of my favourite items for breastfeeding mums...

Breastfeeding can be a beautiful experience, but it often comes with challenges, like cracked and sore nipples. That's where Lansinoh Lanolin Ointment shines. It's my go-to product for promoting healing in the nipple area, in the first month after you meet your baby. Lansinoh is a game-changer for those early breastfeeding days when your nipples need extra TLC.

What sets Lansinoh apart is its simplicity. It's pure lanolin, clinically proven to promote healing. Unlike other nipple ointments with additives, you can apply Lansinoh directly to your nipple and areola without worrying about wiping it off before breastfeeding. Keep it simple, and let Lansinoh do the healing.

Lansinoh may come in a small tube, but a little goes a long way. The ointment's consistency means you only need a tiny amount for each application. One tube can last for a significant period, making it a cost-effective solution for breastfeeding mums. I would recommend getting a few 15g tubes, one for your nappy bag and another for your feeding kit at home - that way you and your nipples will always be looked after!

Fun fact: not only does Lansinoh soothe your nipples, but it also doubles as a fantastic lip balm. If you have any ointment left over, say goodbye to chapped lips with this hydrating lip balm. It's a versatile solution that simplifies your routine.

In the world of baby products, Lansinoh Lanolin Cream stands out as a must-have for breastfeeding mums. It's a simple, effective, and cost-friendly solution to navigate the challenges of early motherhood. If you're ready to cut through the chaos and keep it simple, check out Bump To Baby for everything you need to prepare for life with your baby. 

To purchase Lansinoh Lanolin Ointment, click here

Want to know what breastfeeding essentials I recommend to any new mum? Check this list out.

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